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Anglo-Swedish modern metal powerhouse SONIC SYNDICATE have released the official music video for the second single, ‘Before You Finally Break’, off the band’s upcoming self-titled, fifth album. Sonic Syndicate marks the band’s first release in four years after taking a break after touring the world in support of 2010’s critically acclaimed We Rule The Night. 

After the release of their first album, Eden Fire (2005), SONIC SYNDICATE arose from the pulsating underground in 2007 when Nuclear Blast put out their stunningly intense second album Only Inhuman. The band went up to the game’s top players in no time and were even able to set the bar higher with their next effort, Love And Other Disasters (2008). Touring with bands like AMON AMARTH, IN FLAMES or NIGHTWISH eventually cemented their status as the hottest new band around (Best Newcomer 2008 twice at Swedish Metal Awards and at Bandit Rock Awards, Best Music Video 2010 and Best Swedish Group 2010).

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Sonic Syndicate post In Studio trailer Pt.1

Posted by Morgan Y Evans - Walking Bombs on Friday, May 2, 2014 at 11:57 PM (PST)


Swedish heavy metal sensations Sonic Syndicate have released a new trailer for their self titled album consisting of in studio footage. New album Sonic Syndicate is out July 4th in Europe and July 7th in the UK. The band also recently released the following statement:

“We decided to go with this one as a “Self-Titled” release. Mainly because as an album we have put everything we’ve got into it. All of our experience as musicians, the evolution of the music, the sound from all eras of the band, and also the road we have taken as people. This is us, this is Sonic Syndicate in all its beauty and destruction. It shows our strength, our love for melody, our scars, our energy. The cover art is a definite representation of that. In the background, a battle-torn city laid to waste, four figures emerging together with only each other to depend on in an environment so harsh, only those with a tough heart, body and soul can survive. The tone throughout this album is definitely darker, and as my Swedish family would say “With a red-line running in the middle” so we put this into the colour-scheme. We could not be more proud of this album, and we thank our fans for the support, it’s because of them that we’re here. This album is for you.”

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Sonic Syndicate set to perform at “Summer Breeze 2011” in Germany

Posted by Tommy on Monday, December 20, 2010 at 11:33 AM (PST)

Swedish metalcore act Sonic Syndicate have been added to next summer’s Summer Breeze festival in Germany.

The band joins the following list of confirmed acts: Arch Enemy, Bolt Thrower, Caliban, Corvus Corax, Excrementory Grindfuckers, Farmer Boys, Hail of Bullets, Hammerfall, The Haunted, Kalmah, Kvelertak, Primordial, Saltatio Mortis, Skeletonwitch, Týr, Vomitory, Witchery, and others.

The band’s latest album “We Rule the Night” was released on August 27th through Nuclear Blast Records.

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Sonic Syndicate Joins Metal Christmas Festival

Posted by JDKleinhans on Friday, November 12, 2010 at 11:21 AM (PST)

Sonic Syndicate will be kicking off their holiday season in Bern, Switzerland on December 18th at this years Metal Christmas Festival. They will be joined such bands as UDO, The Sorrow, label mates Sabaton, and more.

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Sonic Syndicate is currently touring Europe in support of their latest album “We Rule the Night” released on August 27th through Nuclear Blast Records.

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New Sonic Sydicate album “We Rule The Night” available for streaming

Posted by Lucas Riot on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 4:01 PM (PST)

Sonic Syndicate’s upcoming album “We Rule the Night” has now been released on the band’s MySpace page in it’s entirety. The album is scheduled for release on August 27, 2010 through Nuclear Blast. “We Rule the Night” is the first full-length release by the band to feature the vocals of Nathan James Biggs.

Sonic Syndicate‘s last full studio album was “Love and Other Disasters” released in September, 2008 also via Nuclear Blast.

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